It is not because the State dissolves Generation Identity that the fascist gangs will stop their atrocities. On March 20, they attacked the UCL bookstore, La Plume noire, in Lyon . On April 3, it was the turn of the House of Mesopotamia, the Mecca of the Kurdish left in Lyon, to be targeted. On April 10 in Paris, with other organizations, UCL will demonstrate in solidarity, and to affirm the need for a broad and united anti-fascist response.

The fight against the extreme right is not limited to the dissolution of Génération Identitaire (GI) and it is a safe bet that this group will continue its street and propaganda activities, possibly under another name.

The fight against the extreme right is not limited to the dissolution of Génération Identitaire (GI) and it is a safe bet that this group will continue its street and propaganda activities, possibly under another name.

Alongside GI, there are a multitude of other groups, such as the Zouaves Paris, responsible for multiple attacks on racialized people, or militant places and processions, the Action Française, the racist and identity-based feminine collective Némésis or the Student cockade, more and more active in universities and who tries to invite himself in student demonstrations.

The National Rally (RN) is today represented in institutions with seats in the assembly and several town halls, and consolidates its position as France’s “ second party ” in the polls. The upcoming regional elections continue to show it: the RN is now present in the mainstream media with significant airtime, treated as a “ classic ” party , and all the electoral deadlines now seem within its reach.

A scope which also seems desired by a presidential majority which, with a view to 2022, gives pride of place to its ideal “ best enemy ”. Best enemy, which he describes as ” too soft ” on his own historical themes on the one hand, while on the other, being offended that part of the electorate is tired of playing the game of a democracy without choice .

More worrying still, the ideas of the extreme right are taken up by parties known as “ liberal ” or “ social democrats ”, often for electoral reasons, but sometimes of ideological proximity.

With a government that violently represses social movements and tries to protect its police at all costs with a law called ” comprehensive security “. Which further demonizes the Muslim community with a law called “ against separatism ”. A minister of education and a minister of higher education who use the term “ Islamo-leftism ” popularized by the far right and demand an investigation into the content taught at the university.

Let us take note of this situation, and rebuild a broad anti-fascist front, including specific collectives, trade unions and politicians. Let us no longer leave to the far right neither the street nor the media space.

Against the far right, let’s take to the streets on Saturday April 10 !

ANTIFASCIST EVENT
Saturday, April 10, 14 hours
metro Château d’Eau in Paris 10 th
event FB
This mobilization must be a first step towards a broad and long-term anti-fascist response. We will take to the streets as soon as necessary in the event of the mobilization of the far right, we will organize social anti-fascist meetings, we will demonstrate on June 5 at the end of the trial of Clément Méric’s assassins.

Signatories: Student solidarity, Comité pour Clément, Solidaires-Paris, Jeune Garde Paris, CNT ETPRECI75, Solidaires Lycéen, Paris Queer Antifa, La Horde, Union communiste mibertaire (groups Grand-Paris sud, Saint-Denis, Montreuil)

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